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. >> president mazzucco we have a quorum and also, with us this evening is director jared hicks from the occ and chief of police. >> and thank you very much inspector monroe and welcome to the wednesday, november 6th, 2013, san francisco police commission meeting and ladies and gentlemen we have a full agenda and most will be in the closed session with the disciplinary matters and review of other issue and so we will spend a lot of time in closed session, but before that we will be in the open session and so please call line item number one. >> consent calendar, receive and file action. sfpd/occ third quarter, 2013 status report on general orders and policy proposals. >> commissioners have you this on the consent calendar in your packet under tab number one and are there any questions or concerns or in put? >> commissioner chan? >> i just had and just noticed when going through the report, that it looks like there are 1, 2, 3, 4, or so pending dgos that are with the command staff and just hope thating one of those gets to us soon. >> and i agree. >> and that is it. >> anybody else commission
hours in any effect >> okay. thank you. >> director. >> could you give us american people update on this. can you regularly gives an yucht parallel the community to keep us informed. it's important agriculture all the stakeholders and the community is addressed. i personally would love to get an update >> yes. absolutely we'll keep you updated. >> i have a quick question. we're rushing towards a date to approve something. can we talk about what the form of the final property management plan. i feel like the memo are discrepancies of that and what is the property management plan itself and how detailed is the strategy in terms of what persons or offices of the city are property is going to transfer to the processes >> through the chair the actual form of the property management plan and the data that's prescribed there's some information that's required and that's what the real estate division is populating just some facts about the property the blocks and lots. and then we must designate of those 4 categories for deposition. we need to designate we don't need to designate a p
year old us tech fam is in no more gracious than analysts had expected tuitions never make a profit and helps more than seventy million dollars in the fast off the pca more than fifty million euro has bought a hundred million people use the micro cooking set this everyday and fans of the stocks eight the site only just beginning to start utilizing its potential as a political advertising medium that's the way an anime fest is a teacher says revenue growth is likely to come from . a tool but chose between many she is in india's capital tripoli. the latest finance comes off to the conundrum one group was killed in clashes any this week. dozens of alms man some icing and pickup trucks with an aircraft guns came from the waist and ctv smart and to think she's dead people and to safety as they pinched by a one acre residents said this new mommy to protect ordinary people their updates to the commons and in the buildings in our hands it's not the beer anymore it's the money and that his son to be gay. as you can see we leaving its. the japanese central hospitals some as they scored in the
that service area? i'll get to that later i'll talk a little bit about some early use if that's all right these are interesting and exciting numbers. i just want to grab my notes really quickly. >> so this shows trips from mid-august through last week i wasn't able to chart the latest data. overall san francisco trips the blue line peaks out at almost 12 hundred trips we're averaging somewhere between 900 and 1000 trips a day healthy use translates into 2.5 trips per day per bicycle which is a number we're happy with and the blue shaded region represents that's trips by annual members. and then the green line below represents trips by casual members. you can see where the green bar and the lowest valleys are on both of the blue graphs that's weekends and you can see that the casual usage is higher generally on the weekend where as the annual members and overall really peaks midweek. >> why do you think that is and some of the casual users people enjoying their weekends. >> certainly. >> why are they most likely to rise during the week? >> i think a lot of commute trips but there's mor
to weather are what you have to use for exterior. if you use anything that has galvanized or other it will -- unless -- thank you, unless it's hot dipped galvanize it will rust. people say it's galvanized but it's what they call electroplated galvanized. maybe it lasts for -- yeah. so, for exterior use, it's almost always wort the extra cost to use, you know, stainless steel bronze, brass or certainly hot tipped ga have a niesed at the lowest -- galvanized at the lowest cost and don't use an interior hardware on the outside of a building. it won't last at all. you'll be back there. and the cost -- people say, i'm going to save some money by using cheap paint or cheap hardware or cheap something. the cost is not in the material. the cost is not in the paint. the cost is not in the hardware. the cost is in the time, the prep, the installation and all that work. so, i always say, buy the best equipment, buy the best paint can. the paint is cheap compared with the cost of the painting job. don't you think? >> don't buy the cheap caulking, bite expensive one. >> another common problem w
haiyan is making rescue efforts nearly impossible in the philippines. about 80 u.s. marines arrived sunday to help with efforts there - the first wave of aid promised by the u.s. the death toll could rise to 10,000 people. that storm made a second landfall sunday in north vietnam. 600,000 were evacuated from that area. >> secretary of state john kerry says world powers are closer to a deal with iran over its nuclear program despite initial talks didn't come to an agreement. more talks will occur this month. >> the syrian national coalition will attend meetings, but was guarantees that relief will meet all areas, political prisoners must be releeld. >> their the headlines, "real money" is up next with ali velshi. all the latest news on the website at aljazeera.com. data, the most important of all was the monthly jobs report. 247,000 new jobs was added in october. that is a lot more than predicted. still a mixed picture because unemployment inched up to 7.3%. it was 7.2. more jabs were created, more people dropped out of the force. the labour participation rate. people who were worki
the results are hard to measure and our cultural diplomacy can't make up for use of things like drones. we're joined by our panel. and for all of us who it is your first time watching tonight, we're all about access. we use a variety of technologies. including skype, which allows us to reach all sorts of people. cynthia, we want to start with you. in many ways this sounds like a fancy name for goodwill gestures. how do you really define cultural diplomacy? >> that's hard to do. let me start with sample definition and then tell you what i think it isn't anymore. cultural diplomacy is people to people diplomacy for the 21st centry. diplomacy is no longer government to government or men sitting around trees signing treaties. so what is it then? i think it should be as much about intake as about output. you know, we think of the traditional model of sending american jazz musicians around the world which worked very effectively in the cold war period, when we clearly were about winning hearts and minds. and what we understood then was it wasn't just about packaging a positive message. it was ab
the core ally of the u.s. important defense and bilateral relationship we've had with france, united nations, germany. are you saying the u.k. is stepping back and germany might step forward? how does the french reintergracious affect this? >> i think it has been extraordinarily important. it has made france given it a sense of responsibility for what happens in the alliance. and made the alliance stronger. no, our relationship with the strong allies. and those that are willing and able to provide military capability is going to be key. a strong u.s.-est stone began alliance is great. it's important to the estonian and the united states. it's not going to -- can't be the be all and end all. our relationship with the u.k. our relationship with france, our relationship with germany. our relationship with italy, which has stood up every time when we rang the bell they opened the door. which is always welcome. and step through it with real capabilities. those are important relationships. and those countries will have to take the lead in providing the capabilities that are necessary for n
of reasons. >> can you say it one more time? >> i'm often, can really compete for the u.s. on a level playing field basis with everyone else said why don't we build anything? in fact, we felt a lot here and it's time it came from athens, georgia last evening because yesterday we cut the ribbon on a brand-new greenfield factory 850,000 square feet. 1400 people strong when it's fully operational at the end of next year. these will be small bulldozers and small excavators that were formally only produced in japan. we brought those to the united states for several reasons. one, we can compete from the base there to relate the ports in here and that production will stay in the u.s. in the exported to south america and europe. we feel there is a very good chance at a very good condition to not only build here, but compete to a u.s. base. a year ago we did the same thing in victoria, texas on another excavator plan. these are the large machines. 42 that 5010 machines that came in from japan that will be built in us for the first time in the united states and exporting to south america. some of that
we use it for cooking, eating and hot water. there were 40,000 people that called pg and e about their gas. that means they call turned off their gas? did they need to do that? when do you have to? when there is a problem. how long did you think it takes pg and e to get out and turn it back on? 45,000 people. days weeks, may be a month. who has seen this in the streets. a lot of muck is in there is it's full of dirt and weeds you turn it to the right to tighten it and left to loosen it. your home work you have to look at your house, pop open the lid, look in there see what's going on in there it's not nice and clean like this. who has seen this around their house? everybody. each meter has a shut off. you want to find out where your gas meter is. you can keep track of your usage but you will know how to shut it off. here's the shut off. i have some tools up here, you can look at these. any hardware store has these. they fit on this and it allows you to turn off the gas. when we talk about the wheels it's these on top. if you have a broken pipe. they will spin like mad. when it's
's nuclear program a dingy need as tehran says talks have hit a snag any uses parts of blackmail above and be on the twenty fourteen olympic torch relay breaches outer space the symbol of the game to g time america's already busy airspace after supper for the congestion as the government is about to launch thousands of drones to disguise the report on the possible ris. it's two am and off the linat present it to be with us our top story this hour iranian lawmakers had accus france of blackmail during talks on tehran's nuclear program negotiationst a crucial stage between iran and six world powers after a decade long deadlock that had been hopes of a deal but now negotiations appear to have star struck a stumbling block he's just a silly is falling negotiations in geneva they're beginning to skepticism really has been coming from fasting giving it a setback when he smells concerts have to be taken into consideration if anything that is indeed to beat reality israel has been bitrly m comfortable with the sweet enough to be awful to hear these route one. this is a package deal. clever rig
on the streamline its way to renew appearance in from the lebanese supporters were attacked both israel and the us and said that israel does not want the ones to reach an agreement with iran over its nuclear ambitions because israel wants a war speaking to cheering crowds in beirut nostril and that israel wants the us to occupy and destroy experience so that that you wish to dominate the region. last weekend the war powers failed to strike a deal with iran over its nuclear program a program that the west believes is aimed at building nuclear weapons israel has remained adamant that it will take whatever action necessary to prevent iran from obtaining an atomic bomb as i . i am the owner can use on him more. it eu israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu his report to be willing to consider an interim agreements with their own rights to speak to the pre program but only if tehran agrees to a complete halt to all you ring in enrichment for want of a topless in exchange israel was doing the international community including two waves of the sanctions. he'll fly is unlikely to be taken seriously in
add that to life. the us towards her is missing it's not with human rights creature posting announcements of it and that's all the troubles together if that is thick and fast hundred pounds. all that remains for u s predator drone strike right here in yemen that killed two suspected members of al qaeda but also send billions to is the loss of innocent life to justify can fight against al qaeda. stay with us as we report on one of the front lines in the war on terror on the rio rico with five actual currency pickling peaks as nourishment in the lives of kids names and objects in the financial status at the us senate hearing the new. he's a comment like promotes good pieces on skype with me. it's up to twenty three people have been killed and powerful blast in the iranian embassy in evidence capsule buried and iranian cultural sharing is among the victims of the bombings that are injured more than one hundred and four c lebanese group links to al qaeda has reportedly claimed responsibility for that not only discussed conference was the house in a text. it also opened at nine t
." >> this is bbc world news america. the u.s. agrees with afghanistan on language that would allow american troops to day past -- stay pass 2014. now they wait to see if the country's tribal elders will also sign on. >> we agreed on language that would be submitted, but they have to pass it. >> the next round of negotiations over iran's nuclear -- starts in geneva. trail, with the number of women at the top. >> for all our viewers in -- on public television in america and around the well. the united states and afghanistan agreed to the final talk -- security deal that would allow american troops to stay in the country after 2014. willkerry has revealed it now go before the grand council of afghan elders, the loya jirg a. not discussrry did details. >> we have agreed on language that would be submitted to the loya jirga, but they have to pass it. i think it is inappropriate for me to comment at all on any of the details. it is up to the people of afghanistan. >> john kerry there. for more on the agenda of that important meeting of afghan elders, this report from kabul. >> the delegates gathering fo
to china from harvard university in the us no nineteen. his face greedily. the new things to say. when we're with. meg's roots the institute of historical language since the recent academy was gone ricci was encased as the director of the institutes archaeology team. cole went down to the year two thousand and eight no place in youngstown season and profits. history books say that being the most capital city of dishonesty was like incident this county here eighteen years ago the team in archaeological team called the institute of historical language. on the luncheon speech to the nation in modern china its lines reveal to the world. it disappeared more than three thousand years. will i. it is. so the school released a two bronze craftsmanship. in the history of time. on the use of the west and children see the empire of companies that time of coyotes with rebellions breaking out throughout the land. mccain could do nothing about us. social studies history is to the docomo and urged him to be diligent in his two c of the people and finest moments did you could mow describe the canes with s
because open data has helped us spark innovative and fuel further economic development, it has potential and we've seen the largest positive impacts happening at the city level. here at the local level, we have a unique opportunity to reevent and reimagine the opportunity we can have between our city residents and government, we've seen open data used in practice already and we can see how it can accomplish all of the positive benefits i mentioned, whether it's to help publish health scores on their website, helping residents making healthier choice, or make sf rec park to help people make picnic reservations or using your smart phone, all the examples i just mentioned are real examples of how open data can improve the lives of our city resident, further fuel economic growth here in san francisco. specifically, this ordinance will enumerate open data numerical standards, it creates a sense of accountability and certain for the public and entrepreneurial community, it creates city staff and agencies to interact with the public about relevant data set and is the priority of certain data se
of the president's assassination. you can join us at these numbers. we will also read some of your tweets. we'll get to your phone calls in just a moment and take you live to dallas once that event gets underway. it had been set to start at 12:30 eastern, so they are running a few minutes late. we are reading some of your comments on facebook. mary mcdonald says 30 years ago i was 17 years old, a high school senior, and my last class of the day -- again, we will be covering events related to the 50th anniversary. dallas is next, and they get underway, set to start at 12:30. we will take you there live when it starts. we will show you the events at the john f. kennedy library in boston, which will come up sometime in the 2:00 eastern heart. afternoon.good caller: good afternoon. even though i was not born yet, my mother was expecting me. you are on the air. go ahead with your comments. i think we may have lost catherine. do call back if you want to. the numbers are on the screen. anthony is in los angeles. caller: hi. i remember when i was a child, i is only 2 1/2 years old, and was standing w
of the land use committee. this week at the meeting there was an unanimous vote to repel the larkin. the land use chair made a remark about the fiscal sponsor. a cry went out like a spontaneous cry of disgust because neighborhood associations don't do this and this is the end of our land use process. instead of macro decisions on sequa it's based on who put out their hand and accepted money and said it's for community benefit, you know. actually a representative from the mta very eloquently said after that, the unanimous vote was taken to oppose the vote. now i want to say that is rather disappointing and there's a reason for that. when you decide that you're going to pay attention to some little group rather than the community at large you crush the public process. in that district of chinese project owners the wonsz ones who are reached are reached by the 3 china's properties that are involved in that. and after the decision, you know, one can't even be contacted who was the one who was talking to her neighborhood. in the case of 11 latino heritage there were 9 members of the knob hill asso
of rondo who picks the hawk on the netbook has depicted some of the most use in attacks against us forces in afghanistan. she financed all the girly bonding on the next book militant group has been shot dead in the pot this time the captain of a strong hamas militant sources told reuters. one source said the sea doo big gaudy skilled snowball. what's something that caught with its two other unidentified people. so said the body had been to what's in stock the utility consult with exactly that in two days. it would be nice to be considered. some boats stopped on sunday the base of the market based on the top gong. this is to what system of this. an unidentified man was shot dead two men on the site. as he plucked out of a block we can and will be installed. was it all the rain. somewhere so i don't think you think is the a i did a tiny creepy nobody was there that live on the third in the nato summit. for school setting where the ladies. just about as a community or typos but maybe it isn't a monkey but many. what's in the guardian a potent offense. this will tie this but maybe at the week
>> finally an agreement. u.s. and iran reach a deal on tehran's nuclear program. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new path for the world that is more secure. >>> president obama said the agreement was an important first step in keeping iran from making a nuclear weapon. >>> vatican secrets - secrets of st. peter left for centuries - to be unveiled. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera america, i'm morgan radford in new york. >> an historic deal. there is now a deal in place on iran's nuclear program. it is designed to stop or scale back nuclear activities in exchanges for relief from economic sanctions. >> a result after a long night, described as intensive and complicated the p5+1 and iran struck an historic deal, the importance hinted at by the president's sudden and unusual for a saturday late-night address. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new pass. that iran's progress is peaceful and it cannot build a nuclear weapon. it is a first step but achieves a first deal. for the first time in a decade we have halted the progress of the nuclear weapon. >> in timing the irani
of the united states's closest allies. >>> election day for hondurans casting votes for change. >>> the u.s. and five other world powers announced a landmark deal today temporarily freezing iran's nuclear program. the six-month agreement in exchange for some relief from sanctions is the most significant compromise between the u.s. and iran since the 1979 iranian revolution. president obama hailed the agreement as the most significant and tangible progress of a diplomatic campaign. >> today that xloema diplomacy opened up a new path that we can verify iran's nuclear program is peaceful and it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> let's bring in white house correspondent mike viqueira. mike, six months, that's the extent of this deal. what are world leaders hoping will happen during that time? >> reporter: at the end of that time, they are hoping they can come to a larger deal that will prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. they have instittuted steps that they believe will present iran from turning the corner. they call it "a breakout" to take the uranium and plutonium and turning it i
themselves. if you can help yourself you take a load off of us. yourself, your neighbors a few hours after, we know that [inaudible] activated a few times for y 2 k after 911 we had people. the [inaudible] has not know tried yet if you go there after a disaster you will be by yourself. a few hours after, that's when people form and that's when they help out. >> this is the home work. you don't have to write it down it's in the manual. simple things for your home. hazardous conditions in our house. there is a course evaluation in the back of the book. i'm rob [laughter]. >> okay. let's get into the program today is utility control and fire hazard material. we will teaching how to turn your utility's off and what hazardous materials to look for. >> the first thing is natural gas. what do you know about natural gas? flammable. it goes, boom. it's important to shut this off. we use it for cooking, eating and hot water. there were 40,000 people that called pg and e about their gas. that means they call turned off their gas? did they need to do that? when do you have to? when ther
says he will not sign a security pact with the u.s. until new conditions are met. he met with the security advisor susan rice in kabul. she urged him to sign a deal allowing the u.s. to remain in afghanistan in 2024. "consider this" is next. and i'll be back later. you can get the latest on aljazeera.com. america's deal with iran gets a mixed review, along with mixed messages from the obama administration and the iranian president. with the two countries not on the same page, what is a deal >> a supreme court decision could mean changes for obamacare. >> last time we saw watson it cleaned up on "jeopardy", what is the computer doing >> and vladimir putin and the pope. >> we begin with an historic accord with iran. is it a good deal? the u.s. says it's a first step to kur -- to curtail iran's nuclear program. within hours of the deal the parties contradicted each other on a clean issue. >> there is no right to enrich. everywhere in the agreement it states they can only do that by mutural agreement and nothing is agreed on until everything is agreed on. >> >> translation:
and capacity to control the impulses was virtually nonexistent. the genetic evidence was used to challenge it saying the person didn't have the necessary mental state. to provide a novel serious -- that the person's own self provoked him rather than some external person, totally novel theory; right? and try to mitigate. didn't work in this case, and hasn't worked in a lot of cases because the objective circumstances are different than the neurological evidence. evidence of planning as we ordinarily understand it by a guy, taking it to a place, pulling a trigger saying die all right. those objective things lint face a lot of neurological ens. this just tells you -- the red bar is bad for the criminal defenses. the blue bar is good for the criminal defenses. whenever you are in the room you should see a lough red. you should see a little bit of blue and the little bit of blue you should see is around mitigation. in effective assistance of counsel mitigation, and soming aggravation. in general, it's not working we again, remember it's a subset of cases. it may be more effective i
but then the senior side of surveillance ahead. can the us government is planning to anything now that sentence yet the attic and the stated reason security concerns. for two at the map look at the divide between the us government in the banking coming out. and a new video puts a damper on the thanksgiving turkey undercover investigators reported footage of the crowded set preconditions add turkey breeding farm more on that later in the shelf. it's wednesday november twenty seven signed in washington dc. i mean you're a david you're watching our tea. we begin to date with new revelations regarding the national security agency according to secret documents obtained by the huffington post through adverts not in this they participated in tracking the on line sexual activity if people the agency considered to be pope radicalized or is not part of the proposed plan to target six different muslims thought to have been influencing the opinions of others in carrying out theurveillance the agency was hoping to harm your reputation and undermine their credibility as muslim leaders in the community the docume
day and thanks for joining us. next, president obama pardons to turkeys at the white house. then part of the national menorah lighting ceremony celebrating hanukkah which began last night. from novemberage 25, 1963 of the state funeral for president john f. kennedy. the c-spanternoon, series on first ladies continues with a look at the life of jacqueline kennedy. pardoned twoama national thanksgiving turkey's yesterday at the white house. there is a look. >> ah - good afternoon everybody and happy thanksgiving. ,he office of the presidency the most powerful position in the world, brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities. this is not one of them. [laughter] the white house turkey pardon is a great tradition and i know malia loves it as does sasha. generally speaking, thanksgiving is a bad day to be a turkey. especially in a house with two dogs. i salute our two guests of honor, carmel and popcorn for their bravery. they came all the way from outside badger, minnesota to be with us. they, like my chief of staff, are vikings fans. i'm not sure they know that -- see? i'm
that are now being planned to be transferred to the city for governmental use that were /orpblly going to be sold in the open market and previous drafts, first one being building 218. originally the goal was to sell to private developer who would own and manage. tracy, can you just quickly discuss why the governmental use approach or transfer to the city approach is a better route? >> will, i think partly -- again, not arguing the governmental purpose. we're arguing kind of an enforceable obligation and we have an enforceable obligation that these were part of the community facilities broadly identified as community facilities in the phase two. we felt that was a stronger argument when we went back and looked again at the phase 2dda and the redevelopment plan which specifically kind of envisions that there are going to be these community facilities that have a public purpose. therefore they should -- we feel that's a strong argument to keep them in the city's -- transfer them to the city and artist studios and keeping the rents at cost. which the dda says rents can only be charged to
. thank you. we used to have about 10 homicides a year due to domestic violence and we've seen a slight reduction every year but we've heard 40 months without a known domestic homicide. it speaks to the resilience of our city per every time we've had a tragedy not only have we learned but we've made connections with community and families we that didn't also know. i want to say that the advocates and shelters and the legal services keep this trend going everyday. our leader at city hall our mayor and board of supervisors and mrld police departments but the real resilience of san francisco is going through o a tragedy and come back through and coming up from the ashes we've going up and down done it over and over again. i want to take this moment to introduce a family i meet. i want to say we've been joining them in correspondent ever sense the first day and usually we're in court and their victim advocates are there every time they have a court appearance this family has shown so much resilience and love and offered us so many opportunities to heal. they've enriched our lives and work s
hallway. >> where'd she go? >> many of us know that copper theft is a huge epidemic problem across the nation. our friends at wxyz in detroit just posted this really interesting investigative report on how bad copper theft has gotten in detroit. you see these four guys jump out of a van, broad daylight and they go and steal copper directly off of an energy truck. that's bigger than bold. the energy company had had a serious problem with this, so they decided to record this from done the street. they also put hidden cameras on the truck as well and they installed a gps tracker into the bundles of wire. they were able to track the wire back to a recycling facility where they tracked down these four guys. you may look at this video and think, well, this is an isolated incident. it happened 41 times in three months this summer. >> there's so many angles of this, it looks like they're reenacting it, like they're paid actors but this is when it's actually happening. >> linemen in the detroit area say they're in jeopardy. some people are lurking in the bushes. others claim they've had gun
tells the bbc a u.s. drone strike has killed its leader, one of the world's most wanted men. gunmen opening fire at los angeles national airport, killing a security agent and winning several others. and first moscow, now berlin, former american contractor edward snowden says he will help a u.s. -- a german investigation into u.s. surveillance programs. >> welcome to our viewers on public television in america and also around the globe. a high-ranking taliban official says the leader of the taliban and pakistan has been killed in a u.s. drone strike. the missiles are said to have targeted his house and his car in the north, as a meeting was underway. others, including his brother, are also reported to have died in the attack. richard galpin is following developments from islamabad. i spoke with him just a short time ago. richard, what has been the reactions to the death? >> certainly amongst politicians here in islamabad, particularly the opposition, there has been real dismay about what has happened. some of them describing it as a deliberate attempt by the united states to try to s
by authorities to stop smugglers between the u.s. and mexico. . >>> we begin tonight with budget cuts about to affect the lives of 47 million americans. they go into effect on friday. people relying on food stamps are about to get less. congress allowed an increase in food stamp benefits to expire. one in seven americans receiving foodstamps will have to cut back on food they buy. a family of four receiving the maximum allotment will see benefits cut by $36 a month. the cuts will affect people not on food stamps. according to financial analysis every dollar spent on foodstamps generates $1.73 in economic growth. foodbanks are bracing for what is about to come. >> monshelle and her 4-year-old son michael have to watch their spending. she has a job in local government, she still needs hep from snap. >> between rent, light bills, water bills, everything, nursery bills, i just couldn't afford to have food in the house. >> monshelle receives $364 a month in foodstamps and is grateful for that. like 47 million other americans, she's about to face life with less help putting food on the table. >>
big energy contract -- your big energy project? >> i came here to not use opec oil. >> keystone will help achieve the independence for the u.s. by bringing oil from the alberta oil sands to american refineries. gasoline can be purchased by the united states. >> there is this talk about the possibility that this oil could be exported. >> yes, i have talked to all of those entities. transcanada is the facility -- facilitator of moving the oil too many refineries -- to many refineries in the united states. those refineries will make it into several products. gasoline, diesel, lubricant, we wan to gasoline. that will be here in the united states. most of it. >> how can you be sure? >> the laws of economics. it is a lot cheaper and easier in many of these facilities already have contracts for the gasoline domestically. >> he spoke to cctv america just after this u.s. state department hearing. >> agriculture is the number one industry in nebraska. are you concerned that an oil spill could take away that industry? >> there is no way physically that could happen, ok? we already have the
, quote, generally recognized as safe. and it announced it's taking steps to eliminate them from the u.s. food supply. foods with trans fat include, french fries, frozen pizzas, cookies, microwave popcorn, just to name a few. the fda says, banning trans fats would save thousands of lives every single year. joining us now from the cnn center, chief medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen. why is the fda taking this action now? >> a lot of people are asking, why didn't they take this action a long time ago? it's been about ten years since consumer advocates petitioned the fda to get these trans fats out of foods. well, ten years later, they're finally doing it. they say if they do take this action -- today's the first step -- if this action does continue, they say they could prevent 20,000 heart attacks a year in the united states and 7,000 deaths. and that's why people have been urging the fda to take this step for so long. now, as you noted, trans fats are in some of the foods that you just mentioned, some cookies have them, some cookies don't, some pizzas have them, some pizazz don't. al
african republic, aid agencies warn of a humanitarian catastrophe. and the u.s. moves to ban so-called fran frankenstein fatn the latest attempt to make americans healthier. ♪ ♪ >>> the strongest recorded typhoon to hit land is battering the fi philippines it has caused power blackouts in the central philippines where storage surges reached identify meter as many as two have been killed and 2 million affected. >> reporter: the philippine is his no stranger to tropical storms. but even by its standards, this is no ordinary storm. the tie fa typhoon is one of tht powerful ever recorded with gusts reaching 370-kilometers per hour, there aren't many buildings that can stand that force. >> it made landfall this morning and provided by storm surge and incredibly winds. roofs have been ripped from buildings, windows been blown in. >> reporter: once it clears the philippines it won't be as strong but still pack winds over 150-kilometers an hour as it heads for a collision course if vee he had tsunami. the pill fine philippines govers evacuated thousands of homes in coast the areas,
) >> and our last but not least is a young lady. (clapping) is a tenth grader of the boys and girls club i used to work there back in 1995 and she wasn't there. in her 8 years of attending the clubhouse she's completed over 6 hundred and 32 hours of community service (clapping) working on projects if a that immigrant workers she's traveled to go africa thank you so much for your contributions (clapping) >> yeah. >> so once again, we want to thank all our letters throughout their lives and people hope they continue to be the leader for california and the rest of the nation. >> (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> so we would like to thank supervisor avalos and all the participants. please feel free to take a seat. we're going to go ahead and conclude the reception is following but wild to emphasize we appreciate here in the city and county of san francisco all the latinos that are out there working day in and out. i want to honor the folks who have clean up the places that workday in and out to sustain the city silently at times but we have roots here in this state. we fray many, many gene
. >> i just want to make two quick points. one we assume that everybody puts their homes to good use, and secondly our figures show that our loss of winter heat in the units four and five each is $90, so when they want to they take an average of the five unit in order to make the dollar amount smaller. the lower units are greater impacted in the winter. there is no impact from april to september. we know that. we don't need the heat that we do need in the winter. our loss is in the winter. we asked them for a 10-foot setback. we believe that if she chose she could get the space by the first floor and build out and the original plans didn't include the first floor but there is a way to get extra space and preserve our right to a active solar sun house. thank you. >> project sponsor you have a two minute rebuttal. >> cass smith again. i would like to clarify a couple of things and i am sure we're all in favor of uses of alternative energy and the number as described as 50% is not at all the case. if you average this out over the year and the units it's less than a 10% differen
>> hello, good to have you with us. welcome to the news hour. these are the world's top news stories. >> no police, nothing. there was a breakdown of law and order. it shouldn't have been so. >> growing security fears after typhoon haiyan as armed men roam the streets of the philippines. >> northeast somalia is also struggling after a cyclone. 300 people have died and a state of emergency declared. >> a suicide bomber strikes in iraq as tens of thousands of muslims mark ashoura. >> hello, we are in london with the latest in europe, including a allowdown in the euro's recovery as the economy gross a slim .15%. >> farewell to a contradict legend. he is playing his final match. >> aid is finally reaching parts of the philippines devastated by typhoon haiyan. a u.s. aircraft carrier arrived. the uss george washington will assist operations and help helicopters to move supplies. more pictures are emerging from the disaster zone. this is 20 kilometers of coastline ripped to shreds. tacloban is one of the worth hit areas. survivors are flocking to the city's airport hoping to travel
>>> hello. welcome to "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. the headlines today, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew tells cnbc he needs to see more specifics on china's economic blueprint and that market reforms must further. >>> jobless data in 30 minutes, will they underline an improving employment picture for the uk and prompt the bank of england to signal an earlier core inflation report? >>> the russians are drinking less, according to carlsberg. shares fall as the brewing giant lowers forecasts after missing expectations in the third quarter. >>> and the ceo tells cnbc he sees smoother sailing next year. shares up boosted by the forecast beating revenue figures. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. all right. welcome to the program. plenty to get through today. so on today's program, as some of italy's biggest luxury brands report third quarter earnings, we'll speak exclusively with the high-endmaker moleskin. >>> the french economy is expected to show pick up in the final months of the year, we'll be joined b
am expert enough yet in the pending legislation to offer a specific use i will refer to secretary beers who i think knows it better. >> is that true? >> i have been at it longer, senator. [laughter] >> do you want to take a shot at it? >> as explored with senator coburn, i think what we need is for the liability protection to create the willingness for the private sector to share information about a data breach as soon as they experience it. them as quickly as possible and we can protect others as quickly as possible. protection liability is constructed -- i am not a lawyer, i cannot do find that in the legal terms that you all need to put into the law, but i -- we arewould be ready and willing to help with ethical assistance on trying to define precisely what it ought earlierlike as we tried with the last attempt to write the legislation in this body. mr. olson? >> i don't have anything to add on that cyber legislation. >> thank you. let's talk a bit about the lone wolves, american citizens, in many cases, that become radicalized, in some cases by traveling abroad and being expos
, may not know the city. we can use it to determine who is providing bad service, good service. those providing poor service we can't partner with. those accounts typically get deactivated. >> as an uber customer, wonder how you balance supply and demand. how are you tuning these algorithms. >> at our country we have a math department. i'm a computer engineer, scientist, background at ucla before i dropped out. i thought that would be funny. i still sort of directly manage or get involved with that team. basically seems naturally you push a button and a car comes in five minutes. how do you know that will happen. you have to predict ahead of time. the right number of cars at the same time. predicting traffic. how long does it take for a car to get there can affect how all the trips happen -- >> going to leave this. you can watch the rest online at c-span.org. live to capitol hill for senate homeland security meeting on digital currencies that allow people to exchange goods and services online without using real money. the chair, democrat from delaware, senator carper. >> many years ag
. there were more than 70 twisters across 12 states. >> in the philippines deaths stand at 4,000. about 50 u.s. navy ships and aircraft are taking part in global relief efforts. video of the deadly plane crash in russia have been released. a security camera captured the boeing 737 crashing nose-first and exploding. 50 on board were kill. >> lawmakers in canada voted to strip power from toronto mayor rob ford. the meeting had bizarre moments with rob ford knocking over a council woman, he mocked another that interrupted his brother. >> rob ford is refusing to step down. he says he'll go to court to get back his authority as mayor? a. >> "america tonight itself is next on al jazeera. you can get the latest on aljazeera.com. america tonight's joie chen. >> we would like to now are you pleased with the rescue effort? >> the cradle of civilization, the plan to rebuild the marshes of mesopotamia. are >> good evening everyone, thanks for joining us. joie chen is on assignment i'm adam may. meth amphetamine is continuing to ravage all across middle america. every time law enforcement contraction down
professionals coming up wore standing on the shoulder of other projects that have come before us like good neighborhood that have laid the foundation to continue the food justice work and the model we follow. we also want to thank the community. we wish all the babies would be in this room. we hunger for healthy food and our community is behind supporting those stories. we appreciate being hero in this moment to recognize that every honor we get at food guardians it's for our deeply rooted partnerships with the community. withhold to honor the fact our work is funded by kaiser permanent at the and it takes time to sort out the injustice. we want to thank the department of health. we wouldn't have access of the acknowledge and training and training people in the community to come up as young professionals and be a model for the community. we want to thank our associates that helped to train us to move the shelving unit and how to influence the store items to stock healthier items that produce is profitable. we want to thank all the organizations basically, the kernel and the seed for helpin
trapped. no word on what caused the collapse. >> on capitol hill, senate democrats use the nuclear option - stopping phil busters with a simple majority making it easier to appoint presidential nominees. the move mass been called devastating by rep kuns. >> in london - modern day slavery. three women held captive in a home for 30 years. two suspects released on bail after questioning. >> the kennedy cousin convicted of the murder of a neighbour is free for now. michael skakel served 11 years in prison since being found guilty of the death of martha moxley. it was ruled that his lawyer did not adequately represent him. >> a milestone for the do you - finishing above 16,000 for the first time thursday. those are the headlines. "consider this" is next on al jazeera. you can get the latest news on line at aljazeera.com. smoking drug chantax. our investigation reveals an alarming number of dangerous side effects. also tonight, demanding diversity, the cries for balance and equality on campus. >> and going nuclear. in a historic move, the democrats change the way the senate does business, sayin
and certain types of proceedings, particularly criminal proceedings. where it is to be used in a criminal prosecution, there is an obligation to disclose that. >> matt has it right. it might be worth noting that between 2008 and about a week ago, the government never gave notice to any criminal defendant, even though it now appears that faa fisa amendment acts were used in criminal prosecutions. there was a great story about this by charlie savage about the fact that the solicitor general, when he argued to the supreme court, represented to the court that fisa amendments act requires removal defendants to receive notice when the government is prosecuting them on the basis of evidence derived from the fisa amendments act. it turns out not to have been the justice department's policy. their policy was to deny defendants notice, even in circumstances in which they were entitled to it under the statute and constitution. they have changed that policy, which is a good. >> it seems there is a disconnect between the justice department and some of the security agencies about what has to be release
of us will want to -- in this season of her members we will always remember their service to our country. >> hear your. >> mr. speaker, in piece across the house will have memories of the nightmare unfolding across the bank. does the prime minister share my sense of his belief that a person such as -- responsible as he was for large sums of our constituents money was ever appointed to position of chairman? working out to to find out how on earth that happen? >> my honorable friend makes an important point. constituents across the house will have people who hold co-op bonds are very weird about what will happen to their investment but let me be clear, the first priority is to safeguard this bank and to make sure it's safeguard without using taxpayers money. that must be the priority. my right honorable friend the chancellor will be discussing with the regulators what is the appropriate form of inquiry to get to the bottom of what went wrong. but there are clearly a lot of questions that have to be answered. why was he suitable to be chairman of a bank? why we're not alarm bells rung earli
. >> millions of thanksgiving travellers may face delays. severe weather across parts of the u.s. will affect holiday travel for more than 43 million people. the system carrying rain, snow and sleet. hundreds of flights have been cancelled. >> a conference to lay out a roadmap is scheduled for january 27th. it's not clear whether the syrian government or opposition will attend. the syrian national coalition has dropped conditions that bashar al-assad has stepped down. the sides are far apart. >> afghan president hamid karzai will not sign a security pact with the u.s. until new conditions are met. hamid karzai met on monday with national security advisor susan rice. without an agreement that lays out conditions governing troops all troops might be withdrawn. details are revealed about the sandy hook school shooting. the report concludes lans adam lanza was obsessed with violence and video games. those are the headlines. america's deal with iran gets a mixed review, along with mixed messages from the obama administration and the iranian president. with the two countries not on the same page,
the largest bond issue in u.s. history and put all of the money into pensions. what happened was when 2008 rolled around gm did not have the resources to go back to the market and get the tens of aliens of dollars it made to keep going on like ford who mortgage the entire company and raise the money it needed to get itself through the downturn. you can say it was locked but there will -- but sometimes you make your own lock in corporate america and it was a combination of factors that cause gm to tumble. for a much for stopping by. have a nice thanksgiving. happyh you a very thanksgiving as well and we are back tomorrow at 7 p.m. -- 7 a.m. eastern time. there is live coverage at the national press club. they are looking at holiday spending and this event is just getting underway live here on c- span. >> in fact, in every year we have conducted this survey, actual holiday spending has increased. these two years were 2008 and 2009 during the recession. interpreting the results is how the proportion says it will increase or decrease spending that changed over time. except for 2008, at the d
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